Schedule a Campus Visit

Visit our beautiful campus and you’ll understand why 4 of 5 students who tour Winona State apply. Get a real feel for life at WSU.  Meet our students and learn what matters at WSU.

Weekday Visits 

When: Visits M–F beginning at 9 am & 1 pm. We limit numbers for tour groups to maximize your visit experience, and appreciate your understanding.

1 pm visits are currently full on July 25, 28 & Aug 1, 4, 8, 22.  Visits are full on Aug 18 all day

No visits on Aug 19 & 25, Sept 1, Oct 7-9, Nov 11 & 26-28, Dec 12 & 24-25

What: Complete exploration!  Up to 3 hour visit possible, including campus tour, residence hall tour, and counselor meeting

Where: Admissions Office; tours start from Maxwell Hall Room 106

RSVP: Online or contact our office: 507-457-5100 .  NOTE: Please RSVP early as some dates fill quickly.  Tours are for human visitors, no animal friends, please.

Summer Showcase - August 15, 2014

When:  Day-long program, check in begins at 9 am

What:  Admissions talk; campus & residence hall tours; two choices of academic sessions; optional lunch $8/person

Where: Somsen Hall 2nd floor Harriet Johnson Auditorium. Park in any campus lot along Main St.

RSVP: using a myWSU interest page.  We will send an email confirmation/reminder of your RSVP 

Saturday Visits

When: Sept 20; Oct 4 and 11; Nov 8 and 22; Jan 17 and 31 beginning at 10 am

What: Complete exploration! Approximately 3 hour visit, including campus tour, residence hall tour, and counselor meeting

Where: Somsen Hall 2nd floor Harriet Johnson Auditorium.  Park in any campus lot along Main St.

RSVPs taken beginning Aug 1 Online, contact our office: 507-457-5100 or admissions@winona.edu

 

 

 

Contact Us

WSU Admissions
Toll Free: 800.DIALWSU ext. 5100
Phone: 507.457.5100
Fax: 507.457.5620

WSU International Services
Kryzsko Commons 233
175 West Mark Street
Winona, MN 55987
Phone:
+1.507.457.5303

Under the MN Government Data Practices Act, WSU may not share private information with anyone other than the student, regardless of the student’s age, after an application is submitted. Admissions will ask applicants to identify themselves. Email addresses must match those previously provided by the student.

The Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) authorization form is provided to new students at first enrollment, typically during their registration program day.